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School of Business awarded the Courses of the Year

Selecting the Courses of the Year 2018 started a new tradition, which highlights the high quality and ever developing teaching at the School of Business.
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Teaching is the most important means of creating societal impact since knowledge in business and economics is transferred to the society through teaching and students.

“We wanted to emphasize the central role of teaching at our school by selecting a Course of the Year from each study programme”, Timo Saarinen, vice dean for teaching and learning explains. “At the School of Business we are happy to have many teachers who are very eager to develop and renew their teaching.”

The Courses of the Year 2018 we selected among the candidates nominated by the Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes, and the teachers were rewarded with diplomas.

 

Bachelor’s programme in Finnish:

The foundations of finance (Rahoituksen perusteet): Peter Nyberg, Mikael Paaso

 

Master’s programmes:

Accounting: Capital Budgeting / Jari Huikku.

Finance: Advanced Financial Econometrics / Matthijs Lof

Economics: Applied Microeconomics 1 / Tuomas Pekkarinen

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management: Master’s Thesis Seminar / Ewald Kibler

Business Development Project: Perttu Kähäri, teacher in charge, Nina Granqvist, Laura Peni, Pekka Pälli, Iiris Saittakari, Patrick Shulist

Master’s Programme in Global Management: Capstone: CEMS Business Project: Rita Järventie-Tesleff, Arja Sahlberg

International Design Business Management: IDBM Challenge / Miikka Lehtonen

Information and Service Management: 30E03000 Data Science for Business I / Pekka Malo, Anton Frantsev, Johanna Bragge

Marketing: Customer Experience Management / Juho-Petteri Huhtala

Management and International Business: Doing Business in Russia / Paulina Junni

Business Law (Yritysjuridiikka): Competition Law I (Kilpailuoikeus I) / Petri Kuoppamäki

Creative Sustainability: How to Change the World: Innovating toward sustainability / Minna Halme, Marleen Wierenga

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